DJ B-Lord & his Mexican homies have a Bike Week 2k13 PSA. A must see if you’re going to Myrtle Beach for Bike Week or if you just want to be entertained.
Penny Hardaway’s 1997 OG ‘Dark Neon Royal’ Nike Air Foamposite One is a truly iconic colorway. So this new style pictured above has some huge shoes to fill, but it’s off to a good start. The ‘Sport Royal’ Foamposite One steps outside the classic formula but stops short of going for a graphic treatment, utilizing a Wolf Grey eyestay/tongue/lining setup that really draws your eye to the namesake blue upper. It’s a sign that we’ve really only scratched the surface of what’s possible with the original Foamposite shoe.
Iron Man reigns as the standard-bearer of Hollywood superheroes with a $175.3 million domestic opening weekend for his latest sequel and an overseas haul of a half-billion dollars in less than two weeks.
According to studio estimates Sunday, “Iron Man 3″ has raced to a worldwide total of $680.1 million. That includes $175.9 million in its second weekend overseas, where the film has rung up $504.8 million so far.
No other solo superhero — not even Batman or Spider-Man — has managed this kind of business.
Yet the future of Marvel Studios’ flagship franchise is in the hands of a mortal man with no metal armor, gadgets or special powers, other than his ability to rebound from Hollywood pariah to hottest star on the planet. Continue reading
The Spiff Kidz have had major success on the road throughout South Carolina and surrounding areas. In episode 6 , these guys perform with Atlanta Trio Travis Porter and legend Juicy J, while on the road to Charleston,South Carolina ( CofC ) the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach,SC and last but not least CIAA in Charlotte,NC !
Lil Wayne’s apology for his Emmett Till lyric wasn’t enough to save his endorsement deal with PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew. The company has officially dropped the rapper.
The father of four teamed with the brand for an extensive DeWeezy Ad Campaign, announced last year. The split was said to be “amicable.”
From the Associated Press:
PepsiCo said in a statement late Friday that Wayne’s “offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon does not reflect the values of our brand.” It declined to provide any further comment.
A publicist for Lil Wayne, Sarah Cunningham, said in a statement that the split was due to “creative differences” and that it was an amicable parting.
“That’s about all I can tell you at this time,” the statement from Wayne’s publicist said.
The controversy erupted after Wayne made the reference to Till on Future’s song “Karate Chop” earlier this year. He refers to beating Continue reading
Ran across this on Youtube and after watching it like 8 times, decided to share it. FAF
Dude that got the gun snatched gon get clowned for YEARS back in his hood…..
Ronnie Fieg collabs w/ Asic again to bring another fresh & classic version of the Gel Lyte III to the knowing public. The very few & fresh know about RF and his historic Gel’s and these 2 releases are sure to re-sucure his place in designer x sneaker collab history. They drop in Miami next week but hit Ronnie Fieg’s website at 11am on May 10th. Good luck getting your hands on these!
Trina’s 19-year-old brother, Wilbrent “Goonkie” Bain Jr. was tragically shot and killed this morning in Miami. Word is he was friends with the man that killed him, though no other details are available. Goonkie had been taken to the hospital following the incident, where he remained in critical condition, but he has since passed. Our prayers are with Trina and her family in this difficult time!
Police said they asked an Upstate man to leave a park during a sexual violence awareness event because of the shirt he was wearing, causing him to become angry, cursing officers until he was arrested.
Spartanburg police said they were notified that a man was wearing a shirt that read, “I may not be Mr. Right but I’ll [expletive] you ’til he shows up” inside Barnet Park on Saturday during the “Rock the Denim” event.
The man, later identified as 50-year-old Michael Miller, was spotted by an officer and told he was not allowed in the park wearing the shirt, to which Miller replied he would wear the shirt anywhere he wanted to, according to the police report.
Police said Miller was verbally trespassed from the park during the event, making him angrier. Miller continued to walk nearby, yelling and cussing as officers told him to leave the area.
As Miller continued to walk between Converse and Dean streets, police said he cursed at them and was then arrested. He was charged with public disorderly conduct.
According to the Facebook page for the Rock the Denim event, it was a live concert to raise awareness of sexual violence and support local agencies who work with victims of sexual assault.
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